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To Trim or Not to Trim?

This is a question I hear often and it is has an important answer. There seems to be a lot of confusion when it comes to Fall /Winter trimming ¬†and I know from my own experience that most trimming done in the Fall/Winter is not done for the right reason. Landscape companies have little work …

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Is Your Landscape Playing Well With Others?

As I am walking my dog through my neighborhood each day it becomes more and more evident that some people’s landscapes just do not play well with others. When you plant your huge shrubs or spikey, stabby plants 6″ from the sidewalk or around your utility boxes only to later take up most of the …

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Oak Wilt in the Central Texas Landscape

Oak wilt affected oak tree

Where Does it Start? Oak trees are an exquisite staple in the Central Texas landscape. Many home owners are drawn to properties because of these beautiful trees. Properties with mature trees cost a premium because they add value to your property, provide shade, save energy and homes for wildlife. Unfortunately, these beautifully statuesque giants are …

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